Equal Exchange Fair Trade Products

Fair Trade Products for Sale

Why do we sell organic coffee, tea, cocoa, and chocolate? This program was started by Lutheran World Services as A Cup of Justice. Many of us drink coffee or tea every day. Before fair trade companies came along, coffee and tea farmers were hired by large companies to work the crops for a pittance or sold their products for small amounts since only companies that paid little for coffee and tea were buying. Fair Trade companies help farmers create co-ops to sell their crops for market value and guarantees the price per pound they will pay. So, those farmers have a reliable income and are able to support their families and pay for education for the kids.




Our Savior’s is proud to be a small part of a worldwide effort to end poverty for some small farmers and their families by selling organic coffee, chocolate, tea, and cocoa.

Fair Trade premiums have helped build warehouses, co-op buildings, schools, and health clinics. Most importantly, though, it has empowered the farmers, including women members.


Equal Exchange Fair Trade Coops operate in the U.S., Dominican Republic, Mexico, Central America, South America, Africa, India, Sumatra, and Sri Lanka. 


Equal Exchange has created Big Change for over 20 years. It all started with an idea: what if food could be traded in a way that is honest and fair, a way that empowers both farmers and consumers? What if trade supported family farms that use organic methods, rather than industrialized agribusinesses that rely on harmful chemicals? The farmers receive a fair price for their crops and practice sustainable farming techniques.


Our Savior’s sells delicious coffees that come in a myriad of roasts and blends – whole bean and drip ground, without any residual pesticides or herbicides. We sell several kinds of tea and chocolate bars, too. And, we can always order something just for you – please ask! Please talk with Allison (303-744-9026) to get more information.


To read more about it, visit their website here and click on Uganda, or any country you are interested in learning about!

For more information Please talk with Allison (303-744-9026).

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